The main and misleading principle in the minds of the authors could not but dislocate and discolour facts.
The latter did so with a vigor that threatened to dislocate the armor itself.
"A man's been known to dislocate his jaw, yawning like that," said Calhoun detachedly.
Behold him then, rubbing and rubbing, in a way to dislocate the muscles of his arm and shoulder.
His feet were placed in the stocks, which were distended, so as to dislocate his legs.
That one fellow will dislocate his neck, if he doesnt look out.
The jolt she got seemed to dislocate every bone in her body.
He doesn't care; you may sleep, or dislocate your jaws, as you please.
He broke off with one of his violent jerks of the head, almost threatening to dislocate his neck, and looked at her fixedly.
He would contort your muscles and dislocate your bones like any osteopath.
dislocate dis·lo·cate (dĭs'lō-kāt', dĭs-lō'kāt)
v. dis·lo·cat·ed, dis·lo·cat·ing, dis·lo·cates
To displace a body part, especially to displace a bone from its normal position.